Saturday, September 15, 2012

Welcome to our Cross Canada Blog Hop!  This month our project is the My Creations Bracket Frame.  This product can be found on page 132 of the Current Idea Book, purchased exclusively through your Close To My Heart Independent Consultant for only $8.95.

In this hop, you will see how our Crafty Canadian Consultants have decorated their Bracket Frames!  We hope you enjoy our Blog Hop today!

If you have just hopped onto my blog, you can start here as this is a circular hop, but if you want to follow us across Canada then please start at the beginning and join Deanne in Newfoundland at  If you came from Brae's blog of  The Brae-er then you are in the right place!

For this project I used some textured paper from my collection, and covered the Bracket Frame, then using the Quilling Tool, found on page 134 of the current Idea Book,  I made these flowers using various colors from the 40 exclusive colors found in our palette.  I used some Sparkles to decorate the centers which are available in various colors, they can be found on page 127.

CTMH Products:
My Creations Bracket Frame
Quilling Tool
Cardstock current and retired, various colors.

Your next stop on the Cross Canada Hop is Tara of Creating with Tara

Here is a complete list of the blog hop in case you get lost along the way:

  1. Deanne ~
  2. Stephanie ~
  3. Michelle S ~
  4. Suzette ~
  5. Joanne ~
  6. Krista ~
  7. Sheri ~
  8. Brae ~
  9. Michelle M ~
  10. Tara ~
  11. Kathy ~
  12. Nancy ~

Thanks for hopping along with us - we hope we were able to inspire you to create your own version of My Creations Bracket Frame.  Join us again on October 15th when we showcase the My Creations Canvas Journal!


  1. Beautiful!!!! I just love our colours and your combo of them here is wonderful!! TFS

  2. I really like how you did this. I haven't done quilling since I was a teenager......I want to make some snowflakes now. Very pretty work!

  3. I've never done quilling but luv what you did. I may have to start. Great design!

  4. Oh, so pretty! I admire the talent and patience that quilling require (because I don't have it! LOL.) This is a lovely piece of art.